This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared this week about using del.icio.us social bookmarks and Google Notebook for conducting powerful and efficient research on the Internet. By saving websites of interest and creating 21st century research notecards with the web 2.0 social networking tools of del.icio.us and Google Notebook, learners of any age can access their saved work from any computer. Additionally, learners can tap into the collective work of thousands of others who have saved similar and related websites on the del.icio.us social network. Google Notebook is a researcher's dream, because it eliminates the need to multi-task between a word processing application and a web browser when conducting Internet research: Everything can be done from right within the web browser, and the website addresses required for a bibliography or works cited page are automatically saved along with text or images at the click of the mouse. Google Notebook pages can be shared with read-only rights to others, editing rights can be granted to others, and if desired the pages can be published as webpages accessible to anyone. For more details on these tools, links, and reasons to use them, refer to the links in the podcast shownotes.